Spotting Out Blood After 9 Days Of Sex?
Good afternoon .. I am already 24 years old married, 22 nov 2019 I came to the month and finished on 26 nov 2019, on 27 nov 2019 I had sex with my husband and husband ejaculated inside. Lapse of 9 days came out red blood spots after I finished exercising, blood spots came out 2 days .. I have a smooth menstrual cycle .. I tried tespack but the results were negative .. Is there a possibility I was pregnant? Please respond ..
Thank you for the question.
Referring to your statement, where the spots only come out 2 days after sex with ejaculation inside, this condition may indeed indicate you are pregnant, but maybe not. Some pregnant women can experience brief blood spots with little volume due to the process of implantation, which is implanted by fertilization in the uterine wall. In the medical realm, this condition is called implantation spotting.
However, as mentioned before, even non-pregnant women may experience blood spots like you experience, for example due to exercise too heavy, too drastic weight changes, stress, physical activity fatigue, side effects of drugs, side effects of birth control, having sex or excessive masturbation, hormonal disorders, reproductive organ disorders (for example due to cysts, polyps, cancer, endometriosis, inflammation), and many other potential causes.
Your negative testpack results can also mean a lot, namely:
Pregnant, but doing a testpack too early, is not according to procedure
Pregnant, but miscarried
The good thing is, you do another 3-7 day re-testpack to ensure this. Meanwhile, so that your menstruation returns to normal, you can multiply first to rest, do not stress or excessive anxiety, prevent obesity, do not drink any herbs or drugs, eat lots of fruits and vegetables, do not smoke, and do enough foreplay before penetration of the penis into in the vagina during intercourse. If these efforts have not succeeded in overcoming your complaint, or if your testpack results are still doubtful, do not hesitate to consult yourself directly to the nearest doctor or obstetrician.
I hope this helps.